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Jim Arnold

 

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Post  Posted 10 Mar 2020 8:49 am    
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Looking for the tab for csn&y teach your children any help will be appreciated. Thanks.
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Tucker Jackson

 

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Portland, Oregon, USA
Post  Posted 10 Mar 2020 10:35 am    
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This tab was written by Joey Ace and was posted on the wonderful-but-defunct "Rebel™, Ricky and Jeffs' Tab site." A lot of the tab from that site was later resurrected in 2015 by Ian Kelman at: http://rebelsteel.net . Thanks to all who had a hand in getting this and all the other tab on those sites to the steel playing public over the years. There's a link to Ricky Davis' email so that folks can make a donation to him, or purchase an addition tab set with sound files:

Intro
http://rebelsteel.net/teachyourchildren.html

Break
http://rebelsteel.net/teachyourchildren2.html
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Michael Stephens


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Northampton, MA
Post  Posted 10 Mar 2020 10:57 am     YouTube for Teach Your Children PSG
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Check this out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mzZ3EcEBlg
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Jim Arnold

 

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Texas USA
Post  Posted 10 Mar 2020 11:38 am    
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Thanks y'all for the help. I appreciate it.
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Frank Freniere


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The First Coast
Post  Posted 10 Mar 2020 11:45 am    
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FWIW here's a tutorial for the vocal harmonies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TC62OT2O46Q
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Jeff Garden


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Center Sandwich, New Hampshire, USA
Post  Posted 10 Mar 2020 12:22 pm    
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And if you want to learn this way cool version on dobro, let me know - I've got the tab for it Smile
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vC-N4zl1QZo
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James Quillian


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San Antonio, Texas, USA
Post  Posted 11 Mar 2020 6:20 pm    
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This is from sbenzian's web page. It works for me. I haven't ever compared it to the original but it sounds the same just based on memory.

http://www.benzianlist.com/tyc2.pdf
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Jim Arnold

 

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Texas USA
Post  Posted 12 Mar 2020 8:50 am    
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Can't thank you all enough for your help and effort.
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Pete Burak

 

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Portland, OR USA
Post  Posted 12 Mar 2020 12:51 pm    
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Mike Headrick has a CD of rhythm tracks for Pedal Steel called "Heart Of The Night" that has a nice track for Teach on it.
Just do a google search for it.
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Chris Sattler

 

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Hunter Valley, Australia
Post  Posted 15 Mar 2020 6:20 am    
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I think Mickey Adams has one too.
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Michael Sullivan

 

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Tucson, Arizona, USA
Post  Posted 16 Mar 2020 10:08 am     Teach Your Children tablature
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Here is the entire song tabbed out. I found the beginning, solo and ending on the forum but never have found it in it's entirety. When my band members asked me to figure it out I was forced to fill in the blanks and here is what I came up with. I do not claim this to be 100% accurate but it's pretty damn close and will allow you to play it at a gig. Here is a Youtube link to me playing this with a band here in Tucson,Arizona. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hpJnqwWFBs Any corrections would be appreciated, I love this song.








Last edited by Michael Sullivan on 16 Mar 2020 10:20 am; edited 2 times in total
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Jeff Garden


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Center Sandwich, New Hampshire, USA
Post  Posted 16 Mar 2020 10:18 am    
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Hey Michael, unless things have changed recently, I've posted multiple pages of tab (up to 15) on the same Forum post in the tablature section. They do have to be jpegs but just keep going through the "upload picture" process for one jpeg right after another.
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Michael Sullivan

 

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Tucson, Arizona, USA
Post  Posted 16 Mar 2020 10:27 am     clarification on multiple posting multiple images
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Thank you Jeff, I finally fiquired out how to post multiple images, I appreciate your advise...also, your tablature is great, I have learned much from your contributions, thank you.
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Jeff Garden


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Center Sandwich, New Hampshire, USA
Post  Posted 16 Mar 2020 10:30 am    
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Thanks, Michael. Looking forward to trying out your efforts here. I know it can be a lot of work! Smile
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Bruce Bjork


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Southern Coast of Maine
Post  Posted 16 Mar 2020 10:54 am    
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Nice job Michael bare feet and all.
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Michael Sullivan

 

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Tucson, Arizona, USA
Post  Posted 16 Mar 2020 12:23 pm     Teach your Children tablature
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Thank you Bruce for both the compliment and for drawing attention to my bare feet 😜 I have a problem playing with shoes since I learned wearing just socks. It created a problem on this particular day because I wore sandals and didn’t have the luxury of time to drive home and get them. However, the pedals on my Justice Pro-lite are so smooth it didn’t really matter. But, almost everyone has brought it to my attention so I‘m slowly beginning to accept that I need to adapt to performing with shoes.
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Bruce Bjork


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Southern Coast of Maine
Post  Posted 16 Mar 2020 12:33 pm     Re: Teach your Children tablature
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Michael Sullivan wrote:
Thank you Bruce for both the compliment and for drawing attention to my bare feet 😜 I have a problem playing with shoes since I learned wearing just socks. It created a problem on this particular day because I wore sandals and didn’t have the luxury of time to drive home and get them. However, the pedals on my Justice Pro-lite are so smooth it didn’t really matter. But, almost everyone has brought it to my attention so I‘m slowly beginning to accept that I need to adapt to performing with shoes.

I’ve got the intro tabs that I’ve collected over the years now I’ve got it all, thanks from a fellow Pro Lite player.
Bruce
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Jim Arnold

 

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Texas USA
Post  Posted 23 Mar 2020 8:08 am     Teach your Children
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Thanks Michael for posting this tab. I appreciate you and everyone who's helped me with this.
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James Wishart

 

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Rhode Island
Post  Posted 24 Mar 2020 5:29 pm    
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This is wonderful. Thank you, everyone, for your generosity.
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